Wicked Harold's weekly podcast, for June 24, 2010. In his usual witty and incisive style he addresses a number of issues relevant to his followers including people who have written in asking for advice.
He begins with his own view of the Holocaust; a cynic might say the view or views of America's leading Nazi and White Racial Theorist on this subject might be too obvious to need any explaining here, but Harold Covington is not your average, run-of-the-mill Nazi. For one thing he is totally against ID cards, and said in a previous podcast that if the North West Republic ever becomes a reality, its citizens won't be subjected to such bureaucratic restrictions as driving licences. Real totalitarian stuff, huh?
Harold relates why he first became attracted to National Socialism, how he met D-Day and Dachau veterans, and a sentimental story about meeting a very elderly man in a laundromat who provided a bridge to a bygone age.
His rant about the Holocaust here though is based largely on a conversation with an elderly Lithuanian-American in the Marquette Park area when he was much younger, and includes some observations about the Einsatzgruppen that I have never heard before, in relation to keeping the lines of communication open - in particular the railways - observations which I think warrant some thoughtful analysis by Revisionists, and dare I say it, by mainstream Exterminationist historians?
He covers too the The Diary Of Anne Frank (which is in fact genuine, Harold), the genesis of the Holocaust industry, an amusing anecdote about a young German man who had an encounter with the Gestapo after parking his car outside Himmler's house, and the "far right" political scene in Britain, including some sad home truths about Nick Griffin (whom he likens to Gerry Adams), and the BNP generally.
On the domestic front, he comments on President Obama and "Barry's" relationship or rather non-relationship with America's self-styled black leaders like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
Donated to the public domain by the man himself, and uploaded here by the only slightly less notorious Alexander Baron (born 1956), he of ITMA, I.T.M.A., InƒoText Manuscripts and Anglo-Hebrew Publishing fame.